There are a lot of books, articles, and ideas out there that tell you that finding your passion is what you need to do right now, and that once you wade through some really detailed worksheets and a very long assessment then magic will happen for you.
The most important thing is to take action. But taking action can feel like a giant pain in the a** if you aren’t sure of how or where to begin.
So, remove the stress and make it easy. I’ve got tons of resources right here to help!
Getting Started: Finding Your Passion The Easy Way
The first step to finding your passion is to change the way you think about YOURSELF. You’ve got career doubts, fears and worries on the brain, eating up precious focus that could be helping you with passion. So before you do anything else, it’s time to deal with your own worst passion enemy…you. This is a short video from my Zero to Passion program (click here to learn more about it), to help get you started!
(you can grab this entire passion program right here…CLICK).
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One of the easiest ways to get started is to talk to people. Why put so much pressure on you, when you can lean on others :). Have coffee, get inspired, learn through human interaction. This blog is about what to say and why talking to people is the easiest way to begin:
The second step to changing your career is THIS!
Step three involves trying some things out…and having a little career safari to make better decisions. Want to know how to do that? Here’s some help:
Here’s what to do next in your career (plus a weird joke that helped me find my passion)
Then, there is step four, which is to narrow the field and choose the thing that most makes sense for you based on your unique needs. Here’s how to do that:
What if I can’t pick just one thing? How do I choose the right passion?
And, then there *may* be a job standing between you and your passion, and that’s actually pretty normal. Here’s what it is and what to do about it.
Here’s the job standing between you and your passion.
Finally, this is a little inspiration to help you along the path if you are stuck and need a good story (I wrote this a few years ago but it’s pretty important). Trust me, if I can do it, you can do it!
Career regrets. And a mercedes.